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The sun produces radiation that reaches the earth’s surface. Fortunately, the atmosphere absorbs cosmic rays, gamma rays and X-rays produced by the sun. Ultraviolet or UV radiation can cause skin damage, even permanent skin damage including skin cancer. Ultraviolet radiation (UV) can cause your skin to burn, and cause brown spots and thickening and dryness of the skin. Even later revealed that UVA radiation penetrates deeper into the skin than UVB, which can cause skin cancer, and may suppress the immune system.
Protect Skin from the Sun
Your skin has a natural protection system is a layer of melanin. The more brown color of your skin, the more thick layer of melanin in your skin thus giving more protection for your skin. Given the dangers of ultraviolet radiation (UV) of the sun, the skin should be protected even if the body has provided natural protection system. Radiation burns from the sun can be a skin cancer 20 years or more. Here are some practical ways to protect your skin from dangerous sun rays and reduce the risk of skin cancer.
Easily erased sunscreen and sweat towel.
• Wear clothing that protects the skin as a hat with a wide mouth cap, sunglasses with lens anti UV protection, long pants, long-sleeved dress, or jacket.
Protect Your Skin
Sunlight is essential for life on earth. By taking steps to protect your skin from the sun will greatly reduce the possibility of damage to your skin and the development of skin cancer. Use sunscreen and protect your skin so that your skin still looks pretty and fresh.